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Anyone has a source for Crutch Tip for Atlas, classic single brace stands ? a 67' Ludwig part list calls for P603 tips for Floor Tom and P607 for stands.

I used to find them on Ebay but I can not find it anymore..

Posted on 1 year ago
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Drum Factory Direct has some replacement rubber feet but you may need to do some measuring.

https://www.drumfactorydirect.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=4_58

Good luck!

Josh

Posted on 1 year ago
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From microswitch

Anyone has a source for Crutch Tip for Atlas, classic single brace stands ? a 67' Ludwig part list calls for P603 tips for Floor Tom and P607 for stands.I used to find them on Ebay but I can not find it anymore..

Hi microswitch! You need a 7/16" rubber crutch tip. I used to get this size and 3/8" on eBay, but, you're correct. I don't see them anymore!

-Mark

Posted on 1 year ago
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If you are looking for 7/16” rubber feet, these 10.5mm ones from Gibraltar may work. 10.5mm converts to 13/32”, almost the same size.

https://gibraltarhardware.com/products/sc-fft-10-5mm-floating-floor-tom-rubber-feet-3-pack#

Posted on 1 year ago
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From jmcohen

If you are looking for 7/16” rubber feet, these 10.5mm ones from Gibraltar may work. 10.5mm converts to 13/32”, almost the same size.https://gibraltarhardware.com/products/sc-fft-10-5mm-floating-floor-tom-rubber-feet-3-pack#

Those are their free floating floor tom feet. They are hollow on the bottom to allow the tom to resonate better. Might not be great for use on a stand.

Posted on 1 year ago
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From thin shell

Those are their free floating floor tom feet. They are hollow on the bottom to allow the tom to resonate better. Might not be great for use on a stand.

Hey thin shell! Good point for sure!

-Mark

Posted on 1 year ago
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I'm not sure if Gibraltar changed the name of them, but I've used these on the Atlas stands and they work great.

https://www.guitarcenter.com/Gibraltar/Floor-Tom-Large-Rubber-Feet-1273887993203.gc?cntry=us&source=4WWRWXGP

They are round tip but fit snug on the legs. I use spring clamps for 2 or 3 days to help them conform, to the square legs.

I think the Gibraltar website may be using the wrong picture for these. I have the floating floor tom feet and they don't look like those. They are larger at the bottom and have a small hole at the bottom as well. Here's what the Floating feet look like:

https://www.guitarcenter.com/Gibraltar/Floating-Floor-tom-feet-1273887993000.gc?pfm=krecs+1273887993000+30144+GCWPDPSI

In either case, use the "Large Floor Tom Feet" from Gibraltar and you will be good!

V

Posted on 1 year ago
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From vyacheslav

I'm not sure if Gibraltar changed the name of them, but I've used these on the Atlas stands and they work great.https://www.guitarcenter.com/Gibraltar/Floor-Tom-Large-Rubber-Feet-1273887993203.gc?cntry=us&source=4WWRWXGPThey are round tip but fit snug on the legs. I use spring clamps for 2 or 3 days to help them conform, to the square legs.I think the Gibraltar website may be using the wrong picture for these. I have the floating floor tom feet and they don't look like those. They are larger at the bottom and have a small hole at the bottom as well. Here's what the Floating feet look like:https://www.guitarcenter.com/Gibraltar/Floating-Floor-tom-feet-1273887993000.gc?pfm=krecs+1273887993000+30144+GCWPDPSIIn either case, use the "Large Floor Tom Feet" from Gibraltar and you will be good!V

The Q&A section at the bottom says they are for 12.7mm which is what is listed as the large rubber feet on the Gibraltar web site. So they are going to be too big. They might work but will be looser than the 10.5mm ones. It appears that they no longer sell the 10.5mm versions.

Posted on 1 year ago
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Wow !

Plenty of response..

I will try some of the suggestion posted in here.

Thank you all for your help

Posted on 1 year ago
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You might give Drum Center of Portsmouth a call. They have been pretty helpful to me in the past.

Posted on 1 year ago
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